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SLID conducts first customised training program


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The Sri Lanka Institute of Directors (SLID) actively promotes best practice and professionalism within and beyond the boardroom. On 26 August SLID successfully held its first in-house customised training for the Council Members, Executive Council and staff of the Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM). The program was designed and delivered by expert business practitioners from the SLID Faculty to SLIM requirements.

The opening remarks were made by Council Member and SLID faculty member Aroshi Nanayakkara followed by the delivery of the training by SLID Vice Chairman and faculty member Faizal Salieh and SLID faculty member Anthony Jayaranjan. They integrated their sessions seamlessly interspersing local and international examples making it interesting and lively.  

The session was for three hours and was highly interactive using a real-life case study on Corporate Governance (CG) covering the key principles, elements and trends in good CG systems, the business case for CG and the key concerns and challenges.

The success of the program was also due to the high level of interaction all participants brought into the session drawing from their personal experiences and critical analysis of the case study.

Commenting on the program, SLIM Vice President – Education Pradeep Edwards said: “Objective achieved. Good program.”

“We now offer bespoke training where we work in tandem with you to develop tailored programs,” said Nanayakkara. 

To develop a program for your organisation, or to find out more information please contact SLID CEO Chaminda de Silva on 2301646-8.


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